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“The Dark Knight Rises”: Christopher Nolan’s evil masterpiece

Salon Magazine. July 18, 2012. [4 p.] Online resource: http://www.salon.com/2012/07/18/the_dark_knight_rises_christopher_nolans_evil_masterpiece/

“The Fairy Way of Writing”: Spenser’s The Faerie Queene and C.S. Lewis’s “Habit of Mind”

in: Inklings Forever, Volume IX: A Collection of Essays Presented at the 9th Frances White Ewbank Colloquium on C.S. Lewis & Friends. Upland, IN: Taylor University, 2014. 8 p.

“The Hunger Games”: A lightweight Twi-pocalypse

Salon Magazine. March 20, 2012. [3 p.] Online resource: http://www.salon.com/2012/03/20/the_hunger_games_a_lightweight_twi_pocalypse/

“The Last Defender of Barsoom”

New York Review of Science Fiction 25(7): 6. March 2013. (No. 295)

“The Laughter of the Gods”: Contextualizing Lord Dunsany

in: Joshi, S. T., ed. Critical Essays on Lord Dunsany. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow, 2013. p. 73-85.

“The Machiavellian Guild Leader.”

In: Cuddy, Luke; Nordlinger, John, Eds. World of Warcraft and Philosophy: Wrath of the Philosopher King. Chicacgo, IL: Open Court Books, 2009. p. 175-184.

“The New Prime” as Herald of Future Jack Vance

New York Review of Science Fiction 28(6): 30-31. October 2015. (No. 326)

“The Rain Feels New”: Ecotopian Strategies in the Short Fiction of Paolo Bacigalupi

in: Canavan, Gerry and Robinson, Kim Stanley, eds. Green Planets: Ecology and Science Fiction. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 2014. p. 179-191.

“The Real Problem of a Spaceship Is Its People”: Spaceship Earth as Ecological Science Fiction

in: Canavan, Gerry and Robinson, Kim Stanley, eds. Green Planets: Ecology and Science Fiction. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 2014. p. 99-114.

“The Strength of Imaginative Idiom”: From Lord Dunsany’s to Faulkner’s “Carcassonne”

in: Joshi, S. T., ed. Critical Essays on Lord Dunsany. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow, 2013. p. 233-240. (Reprinted from: Faulkner Journal, Fall 1997– Spring 1998.)

“The Teachers Got Me Into This”: Educational Skirmishes … with a Pinch of Freedom

in: Decker, Kevin S., ed. Ender's Game and Philosophy: the Logic Gate is Down. Somerset, NJ: Wiley, 2013. p. 9-20.

“The Twittering of Twilight.”

The Journal of Popular Culture, 43(4): 671-680. August 2010.

“The Word Pool, Where We All Go Down to Drink” The Irresistible Pull of Language in Lisey’s Story

in: McAleer, Patrick and Petty, Michael A., eds. Stephen King's Modern Macabre: Essays on the Later Works. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2014. p. 185-193.

“Theodore Sturgeon.”

In: Heaphy, Maura. 100 Most Popular Science-Fiction Authors: Biographical Sketches and Bibliographies. Libraries Unlimited, 2010. p. 423-427.

“There is No War in Warcraft.”

In: Cuddy, Luke; Nordlinger, John, Eds. World of Warcraft and Philosophy: Wrath of the Philosopher King. Chicacgo, IL: Open Court Books, 2010. p. 185-194.

“There’s Nothing New / Under The Sun, / But There Are New Suns”: Recovering Octavia E. Butler’s Lost Parables

Los Angeles Review of Books June 9, 2014 https://lareviewofbooks.org/essay/theres-nothing-new-sun-new-suns-recovering-octavia-e-butlers-lost-parables Accessed 12.June.2014.

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